About Symbios

With 40 years of combined orthopaedic experience our team liaise with Orthopaedic surgeons throughout the UK, catering for their most challenging requirements and to satisfy the needs of our UK Hospitals, both NHS and Private facilities.

Our Mission

To improve the quality of life for patients and optimise both recovery and the reconstruction of the hip and knee joint. We are committed to building strong surgeon and patient partnerships and continuing the professional development of our surgeon partners.

The Treatment

The use of 3D pre-operative planning software, HipPLAN/ KneePLAN® utilising modern CT diagnostic imaging, helps our surgeons optimise implant positioning and orientation to achieve the best possible function.

Welcome to Symbios Orthopaedics

Established in 1989, Symbios boasts the largest World- Wide experience in the design and manufacture of ‘Custom’ hips, with a database of over 29,000 patients.

Symbios has developed and is currently marketing a complete range of standard implants to complement and satisfy the most rigorous demands of modern orthopaedic surgery.

Our UK office is based at the Exeter Airport Business Park. Due to the continued expansion of our business, we extended our occupancy to both the ground and 1st floor office accommodation in 2014.

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HipPLAN User Group Meeting 2017- London

There are still a few slots available for late registrations. Please express your interest by following the link. Please confirm your travel and/ or accommodation needs for an 09.30 registration. ...

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HipPLAN User Group Meeting 2017- London

HipPLAN User Group Meeting 2017 Date: 30th Jan, 2017 (09:00 - 18:00) Location: London Hilton, Tower Bridge, London The focus of this years meeting is CUSTOM hips and we are delighted to welcome...

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NHS Hip Implants are Leaving Thousands in Crippling Pain

It came as a bit of a surprise to see this article finally in print this week. I spoke to Jonathan Gornall on number of occasions and offered various clinical references from which he could write ...

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